Transfer admission offers are normally based on self-reported information provided in the Supplemental Application for Transfer Applicants. Those who are offered admission will need to submit official documents, including transcripts from all schools attended, in order to verify the information reported. Applicants must contact the campus office of admission directly regarding final deadline of official transcripts for submission for fall term and for more detailed information in completing their application process. It is the applicant’s responsibility to request transcripts from all institutions previously attended as well as other required documents such as test scores.
Conditional Admission Based on Transcripts or Work-in-Progress
All 23 CSU campuses will offer "conditional admission" based on transcripts or work-in-progress. For CSU Channel Islands, only the most recent attempt will be used for unit and grade calculations.
Completion of All Admission Requirements
Campuses require the completion of all admission requirements by the end of spring for fall admission* or by the end of fall for spring admission**.
Refer to the following transfer pages for details on admission requirements: Upper-Division Transfer, Lower-Division Transfer.
*Summer courses completed the summer before fall admission will not be considered at any campus except for the following schools:
CSU Fullerton: Yes, but with a registration hold for proof of summer enrollment. CSU Fullerton considers summer coursework for fall admission, excluding "Golden Four" courses (Oral Communication, Written Communication, Critical Thinking, Mathematics/Quantitative Reasoning). CSU Fullerton does not accept Associate Degree for Transfer degrees awarded in summer for fall admission.
CSU Long Beach: Only if a student is completing an Associate Degree for Transfer with a summer graduation date
Chico State, CSU East Bay, Cal Poly Pomona: Summer coursework is not considered, but requests can be appealed and will be considered on a case-by-case basis.
**CSU Channel Islands, CSU Dominguez Hills, Sacramento State, San José State, CSU San Marcos, and Stanislaus State require the completion of admission requirements by the end of the prior summer.
All 23 campuses reserve the right to cancel admission for failure to submit documents by the posted deadlines. Applicants are encouraged to contact their campus office of admission directly for more information.
Disclaimer: All information provided here is for academic year 2018-19. Information is current as of September 2017 and subject to change without prior notice. Please visit the
CSU campus websites or contact a specific campus for up-to-date information.